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Your face produces oil naturally. Nothing wrong with that. In fact, a little oil can be a useful and healthy thing. But too much and the glare might be a dangerous distraction to passing motorists. This French cleanser is an all-natural way to keep oil production under control. A low-foaming gel with a pleasant barbershop smell, it comes in a travel-friendly 30-milliliter tube and is effective for all skin types.
I am really enjoying this product, I like the way my skin feels after using. It is not a really harsh product and works just like it said it would4
This gel is quite smooth and not too foamy. I use the sample when on holiday as it is small enough to pass through customs. It does not dry out my face or leave the impression of tightness. The berry smell is nice and not too feminine. My face does feel less oily after use.4
I don't usually have problems with my face so this product cleaned it sufficiently. I can say that I thoroughly enjoyed the scent, its heaven for 15 seconds.5
I am a Benta Berry fan but this cleanser didn't do much for me. It lathers so so and has an unusual combination of scents. It also didn't appear to cleanse as deeply as some of my other products. I'll pass on this.3
The relatively high price of this item versus it's quantity and efficacy is hard to rationalize. Don't get me wrong, it's a nice enough face wash but it doesn't seem like the results coupled with the small size of the tube warrant shelling out for it.4
I'm thinking that this is just a matter of different people having different skin types, but I'm bummed to report that this product dried my skin out way too much. The first 2 days of use, I was thrilled with the pleasant aroma, and the way I could feel the product actually going to work. By day 3-4, the skin was drying, around my nose especially, so much that people were beginning to comment, and my skin was clumping and flaking. I would have loved to develop a good-standing relationship with a product like this, but I can't risk having such dry skin.3